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September 03 , 2007

Notes From A Caribbean Novice On Philisophy And Allied Sciences


As a quest to answer the fundamental questions of our existence, the author discusses the origin of terrorism. Through notes and research accumulated during his life, he speculates how secret and secret organizations are “fertilizer” for terrorism. Based on readings from history, religion, cults, and other topics, he interprets that all organizations are governed by secrets. His insatiable search for knowledge through diligent analyses of scripture looks like a grail quest. Moreover, he investigates allied sciences so as to parse the world’s secrets. After describing terrorism as it exist today, the author explains that terrorism is often a secret force. It is feared because it is hardly seen but is always felt. The aim of terrorism is to secure an opposition to a political or religious system. The world is in turmoil as it balances good and bad, terrorism/violence, doubts and belief, secrets and prophesies. There is no other choice- According to Anthony Gajadhar the Caribbean Novice- but to urge the world to “continue where the ancients left off” in order to overcome terrorism. As a modern day Diogenes, Gajadhar is searching humanity holding the guardian light of the masters.

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